Bream is one of Zambia’s most sought-after fish, and is served in top restaurants and hotels. So a bream fish-farm is likely to be a money-spinner. That’s exactly what Lubambe Copper Mine has done in a small village outside the...
In farming, productivity is the key to higher crop yields and higher incomes. That’s the lesson that FQM’s Kansanshi Mine in Solwezi has already imparted to nearly 30 000 local farmers. This video shows conservation farming in action, and...
Six days a week, 165 km a day, five hours of cycling – that’s the gruelling training regimen that Zambia’s national cycling team is subjected to in their intense preparation for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. This video...
When the phone rang on the desk of Mopani's Chief Financial Officer, John Chiwele, one rainy afternoon in February this year, little did he know it would test his and the company's ability to deal with a crisis in...
l earn about how Barrick Lumwana mine in North-Western province has empowered villagers in the community by giving them cows and helping them to build a business selling milk. Watch the video below: https://youtu.be/Aw5ZteskTEo
With almost four million school-age children in Zambia forced to stay at home since closures to prevent COVID-19’s spread began in mid-March, the disruption to these children’s education cannot be overstated. Government e-learning schemes and television programming may have...
It’s still early days, but something quite remarkable is happening in certain agricultural lands in Zambia. It is already protecting grazing lands, reducing smoke pollution and boosting farmers’ incomes. It’s called holistic land and livestock management, and it has the...
When David first found out that he was HIV positive, it was like the world was caving in around him. For his wife Faith, it was even more of a shock. Although her husband’s HIV test results were positive,...
When Barrick Lumwana Mine agreed to build a new $5.5million dam on the Lumwana East River to provide clean drinking water for farmers and livestock, they had no idea it would end being much more. “Initially, there were some concerns...
“In the past four years, we’ve managed to send six of our students to the University of Zambia and Copperbelt University to study in the School of Natural Sciences,” says Richard Kazadi, the Mutanda School’s headmaster. This is thanks...

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